Re-envisioning the school environment
Lynn teaches and develops curriculum for public and private schools, community & cultural centers, and social service organizations. Earning California Lifetime Teaching Credentials in multi-subject elementary education and secondary arts education in 1980, Lynn has been a California Arts Council, Artist in Residence, an arts education consultant for UCSD’s Education Studies Department, SD Unified School District, and City Heights Educational Collaborative. She currently offers professional development workshops in STEAM education with colleagues from UCSD and teaches classes at Art Produce.
School site projects are designed to engage students and community members in the process of creative problem solving in the classroom and in the environment. Developing hands-on, real world learning experiences, re-envisioning the educational environment, and utilizing the neighborhood as classroom are areas of expertise. Classroom activities are connected to national standards and STEAM education.
Learn about drop-in community Make It Yourself multi-generational arts workshops at Art Produce!
STEAM Blog at Stenhouse Publishers.
Purchase "Object Lessons" a resource book for teachers in math/art education.
Object Lessons: Teaching math
through the visual arts, K-5,
by Lynn Susholtz and Caren Holtzman.